Neive McCarthy reviews Netflix’s latest original film that follows a single deciding night in their relationship.
I groaned when I first read the online headline speculating that Harry Potter may be getting a television reboot but was this reaction genuine concern or instant snobbery? The article, was in fact, referring to […]
Inspired by the Italian – American animated show known as Winx Club, Netflix’s Fate: The Winx Saga tries to adapt the well appreciated story of a group of fairies. Through its six episodes, the series […]
Mark Herman, interviewed by writer Jack Denison, touches upon the evolution of cinema, frustrations with the film industry and how popcorn just doesn’t cut it anymore.
Hannah Spruce reviews Netflix’s hugely popular period drama ‘Bridgerton’.
Jack Denison discusses the triumphs and pitfalls of Netflix’s latest original release, The Midnight Sky.
Jack Denison reviews Netflix and David Fincher’s collaboration: Mank.
Giulio Bajona shares four iconic characters and moments from this ‘unprecedented’ year, in a cultural countdown of 2020
There appears to be something slightly insidious in how Oliver Dowden, Culture Secretary, has singled out the recent series of The Crown as needing a warning of its fictional status. That the most recent season […]
The Queen’s Gambit follows Beth Harmon, an orphan turned chess prodigy during the Cold War era. Initially, a show about chess doesn’t seem particularly interesting – but in the end, I too was reaching for […]
Dash & Lily is an American Christmas-based rom-com Netflix show based in New York City. The show is based on the young adult book series by Rachel Cohen and David Levithan, with the first book […]
Ishwari Yardi reviews Netflix’s latest horror film ‘His House’, a film that tackles poignant themes of asylum seeking and settling in to a new home.